Mindfulness for Teen Anxiety: A Workbook for Overcoming Anxiety at Home, at School, and Everywhere Else

January 29, 2020 - Comment

 Being a teen is hard enough without anxiety getting in the way. You are changing more than ever before, not just physically, but mentally. And if you suffer from panic attacks, chronic worry, and feelings of isolation, it can be very difficult to meet your goals and succeed. The good news is that there are

 Being a teen is hard enough without anxiety getting in the way. You are changing more than ever before, not just physically, but mentally. And if you suffer from panic attacks, chronic worry, and feelings of isolation, it can be very difficult to meet your goals and succeed. The good news is that there are real, powerful ways that you can take control of your anxiety―and your life! In Mindfulness for Teen Anxiety, psychologist and learning specialist Christopher Willard offers teens like you proven-effective, mindfulness-based practices to help you cope with your anxiety, identify common triggers (such as dating or school performance), learn valuable time-management skills, and feel more calm at home, at school, and with friends. You’ll learn tips for dealing with specific situations that cause anxiety, such as public speaking, social anxiety, test anxiety, and more. You’ll also learn special breathing exercises to help calm you in moments of panic, and guided visualization exercises to help you stay cool and collected, even in the tensest situations. If you are ready to move past your anxiety, panic, and worry and start living the life you were meant to live, this book will be your guide―every step of the way.

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Comments

Anonymous says:

Definitely recommend. I use a lot of these self-help books with adolescents in the school setting. This one has solid information that helps them understand more about anxiety and what they can do about it. Several students ask to take this home and work on it because they just want to know more about whats “wrong with them” and what they can do about it.

Anonymous says:

OK Lots of meditation! I was expecting more coping skills other than meditation. A lot of teens don’t have the time or patience for meditation and it’s hard to get them to comply. If a teen does comply I could see it being beneficial.

Anonymous says:

My only problem with this book is that my teenager won’t use it! This book would be great, if only my teenager would actually practice what the book tells you to practice. If a teenager takes it to heart, and really tries to do the exercises, and incorporate mindfulness into their lives, this book would be very helpful.

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